The intergovernmental grant system as seen by local, State, and Federal officials : Page: 31
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Table 11-12 Cont'd.
City and County Officials' Views on Effects of Four Federal
or Selected Provisions Thereof,
a. Recipients no longer required
to have separate bank accounts
for grant funds
b. Minimizing of time between
Federal disbursement and
grantee use of funds
c. Standardization of preapplication
d. Standardized forms for project
grant application, review,
e. Standardized procedures for
payments, determining matching
shares, budget revisions,
reporting grants close out,
Uniform cost principles
Improved audit practices
Referral to general purpose
local governments of grant
applications from special
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